Clip from our PILOT episode. A Scary-Funny "Slacker Office Satire" Being Staged & Filmed for Mixed Distribution. Darkness emerges when a group of slack thirty-somethings start a paranormal services company for beer money.
The series title, Slow Down Atlanta, pokes fun at personal and southern ghosts, both literal and figurative, and how they slow our cultural progress. The themes of the six episodes range from internet gaming, marriage, strippers, immigrant culture, and modern racism, sexism, and homophobia. Formative years full of movie and comic book education, coupled with rampant ADHD characteristics, and a lack of any discernible skills, leave the slackers facing repeated issues in each episode. It's a comedy, with substance.
Current installment is a rough cut with temp score. SHow is still developing.